5 New iOS Games in 2014 You’ll Want to Install

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My iPad is one heck of a gaming machine, and that’s all I basically use it for. If you’re like me, then you probably have the usual gaming suspects that are always installed. You may not always play these games, but you’ll keep coming back to them at some point. Then there are those games Read more…

Forensics Expert Says Apple May Have Admitted to iOS Backdoor

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The security of operating systems has always been a touchy subject, and with leaks sprouting front, back, and center, security and privacy issues have become even more controversial. Apple has repeatedly said that they have stringent security measures in place, although doubts have been raised about that. In a recent report, iOS author and former Read more…

iOS Is the King of US Web Traffic

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There may be more Android phones and tablets out there, but the latest data shows that iOS is the king of US web traffic. This should not really be a surprise, as we have seen iOS dominate web traffic for a while now, and we know that more and more people are using their mobile Read more…

iOS Users Prefer Planes, While Android Users Take the Bus

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It’s another one of those “let’s compare iOS users and Android users”, but this time, the comparison zones in on travel preferences. In a study conducted by Battery Ventures, an investment group, it was revealed that iOS users prefer to take planes, while Android users take the bus. Obviously, what some are taking away from Read more…

How to Make the iOS Calendar Start on Monday

How to Make the iOS Calendar Start on Monday
As with most calendars, the calendar app in your iOS device starts on a Sunday, but if you work a traditional Monday-Friday job, you probably think of the week starting on a Monday and ending on Sunday. If you’re a weekday warrior, there’s good news. You can change the calendar to show the week starting Read more…

This Bar Graph Shows That Apple Is for the Rich

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Supposedly, that is. The bar graph originally posted by Andreessen Horowitz analyst Ben Evans shows Facebook’s active users of Android and iOS by region. How does this translate to the idea that Apple is for the rich people? First, we have to go back to the issue of which has the bigger mobile market share: Read more…

6 Spring Cleaning Tips for your iPhone or iPad

6 Spring Cleaning Tips for your iPhone or iPad
The days are getting longer and warmer, which means it’s time to start cleaning out all the junk you’ve built up over the winter. While you’re probably already on top of taking junk out to the curb for the garbage man, what you may have forgot about is your iOS device. A long, cold winter Read more…

Why You Should Not Rely Too Much on Your iPhone Passcode

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Some days ago, I started thinking about actually putting a passcode on my iPhone. While I have a password on my laptop, I have never ever used a passcode for any iPhone I have had. For one reason or another, the thought of actually using one came to mind, and just when I was on Read more…

How to Set Default Accounts for Mail, Contacts, and Calendars on iOS

How to Set Default Accounts for Mail, Contacts, and Calendars on iOS
It’s pretty likely that if you use iOS on a regular basis that you have more than one account loaded for email, contact, and calendar syncing. If you’re running more than one account it’s easy to get things confused and save the wrong account as default. Check out the steps below to set the default Read more…

How to Use Nested Folders in iOS 7.1

How to Use Nested Folders in iOS 7.1
Folders are a great way to organize apps on your iPhone or iPad, but sometimes like Inception, you need to go deeper and nested folders in iOS 7.1 are the perfect way. While this is technically possible, nested folders aren’t supported officially by Apple so we’ve got to work a little magic to make it Read more…